Practice Notes & Coach's Comments for 09-26-10
The defense won it 23-12, behind a trio of interceptions. DB Tony Rodriguez and LB Tony Walding nabbed two under thrown balls by freshman Stephen Curtis. Nick Bracewell surrendered the other to DB Daniel Duncan
Afterwards, Coach held his weekly call with some good news on the injury front, and further reflections on yesterday's performance.
FAU continues to benefit from injury free games, and after the start we had with a rash occurring on the line, it has been a blessing to continue to suffer nothing aside from normal nicks and cuts.
Here's some of what he had to say about the game:
"We didn't execute well enough to win the game. We had three were our drives were stopped by dropped passes, which is very concerning. But it's not a team problem. Offensively, we didn't play as bad as it appeared."
- On the offense's performance yesterday
"From a defensive standpoint made a lot of good plays, but way to many bad plays. Three of them were killers and the rest of them kept drives alive. The quarterbacks have been the main problem. Looks like we are going to have to devise some (new) defensive schemes."
"For us to be last in the nation is not anywhere close to where we want to be."
- On the defensive performance and addressing a last place ranking
The team will be off tomorrow, and will return on Tuesday to begin preparations for the South Florida Bulls.
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